McInnes Cooper's Ryan Baxter and Katie Roebothan in the Chronicle Herald's Cream: 3 Tips to Manage Employee Tardiness Due to Bad Weather
March 4, 2016
By Ryan Baxter, Lawyer at McInnes Cooper,
Katie Roebothan, Former Lawyer at McInnes Cooper
Bad weather is one of the top three reasons that employees give for tardiness. Given Canadian winters, it’s important that employers understand how to effectively manage employee tardiness and absenteeism caused by adverse weather conditions.
In their article, McInnes Cooper lawyer Ryan Baxter and former lawyer Katie Roebothan provide tips to employers to help them manage employee tardiness due to adverse weather conditions by implementing a policy; assessing the reasonableness of employees’ requests; and enforcing the policy. Read their article Winter’s Not Over Yet – 3 Tips to Manage Employee Tardiness Due to Adverse Weather Conditions, as published in the Chronicle Herald’s Cream on March 4, 2016.
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